'mherv' is the "men's health education rural van" and it will be offering FREE health checks in Bega 1-2 March.

It's estimated that over 450 lives have been saved over the past 5 years because of these free basic health checks.  'mherv' sees around 3,500 patients each year and around 40% require following up with a GP.

"It only takes 10 minutes out of your day to get free basic health screening but it could save your life”, says the Registered Nurse who travels around NSW. 

The Registered Nurse takes your blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and blood sugar levels and can have a general quick chat about your health.

Women are very welcome to attend as well and the free health check only takes about 10 minutes.

The 'mherv' van is hosted by Bega Rotary Club while in Bega and Rotary also acknowledges the support of the NSW Department of Health and Electrodry in making this free service possible.

Friday 1 March 9:30 – 3:30 and Saturday 2 March 9:30 – 12:30 at Littleton Gardens, Zingal Place, Bega

Further information is available on the website: www.mherv.com.au or contact Adrian Payne on 0425 204 815